Small Bar

www.smallbar.co.uk

31 King Street, Bristol BS1 4DZ

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At Small Bar Bristol we have 31 taps in total, pouring the worlds best beers. We try to ensure that we have a real focus on the best breweries from the South West first and foremost – it’s important to us that we sit as a showcase for the best and freshest beer from our locality. We also regularly pour beer from the worlds greatest breweries and make it our mission to ensure that our taps are filled with world class beer from near and far.

While we are a beer bar primarily, we have a huge passion for top quality bar food. In February 2018 we we handed over residency in our kitchen to Wing’s Diner. Plenty of veggie and vegan options too!

East Bristol Bakery

www.eastbristolbakery.co.uk

112 St. Marks Rd, Easton, Bristol, BS5 6JD

The East Bristol Bakery is a small craft bakery in the heart of Easton, Bristol, UK. We make high quality traditional breads, seasonal specials, and tasty sweet treats that include Vegan, dairy free and wheat free offerings.

The bread is made fresh every morning and any left over from the day before is distributed to local charities so there is very little waste.

There are always vegan options, as well as dairy free and often wheat free choices. Of course the cakes use the best quality ingredients, which are organic where possible.

Crofters Rights

www.croftersrights.co.uk

117-119 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3RW

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A Bristol staple for excellent beers, captivating music & delicious pizza catching the attention of people that know where to have the best night!

Situated in the heart of Stokes Croft and a stone’s throw from the vegan delight that is Cafe Kino is the Crofters Rights. The austere exterior hides the beautiful, almost rustic barn like interior. At the bar you’re faced with a long line of shiny cask and keg taps. Behind each of which is a chalkboard giving the name of the beer and brewery, it’s strength, country of origin and a few tasting notes. Expect to see many of the Bristol breweries feature on the pumps as well as vegan friendly breweries from further away including Brass Castle and Marble. Look out for the vegan pizza on the menu too!

Eat A Pitta (veg)

www.eatapitta.co.uk

1 Princess Victoria St, Clifton Village, BS8 4HR

1-3 Glass arcade, St Nicholas Market, Vegan Bristol, BS1 1LJ

Kiosk 3B, Broadmead (outside boots), Bristol, BS1 3EA

67A Gloucester Rd, Bristol BS7 8AD

Clifton Triangle, 21a Queens Rd, Bristol BS8 1QE

Bristolians. Call it Mr. Pitta Full … It is going to hit the streets and offer you free food … Spot it and get a falafel box for free. Follow us on Instagram to find out where it will be next!!!

The Eat a Pitta falafel recipe originated in Grandma Yolandes’ kitchen in the back streets of Algiers more than 70 years ago. As a kid I was always glued to my grandmothers side as she taught me how to make the perfect falafel, crispy on the outside, moist in the middle.

Armed with my grandma’s secret recipe and 12 years experience cooking in the restaurant biz, I realised my dream in November 2011 and opened ‘eat a pitta’ in St Nicholas market in Bristol.

Come and try our delicious falafels at Eat a Pitta today! Hopefully you will be able to taste that little bit of history in every bite!